What if a job could be more than just a paycheck? What if you had a role that was really rewarding? One that let you bring happiness into people’s home — and into your own heart — every day? One where the only thing bigger than your responsibilities was the satisfaction you got from doing them well?
That’s exactly what a career at Kaiser Home Support Services looks like. Every morning brings a new opportunity to make someone’s day. In fact, a lot of people’s days. You’ll develop wonderful relationships with those you spend time with. You’ll find a new appreciation — and even a sense of gratitude — for the things many of us take for granted every day.
Our Care Providers do exactly that — they provide support directly to people in their homes. That can include light housekeeping, help with daily routines like dressing or fixing meals, providing transportation when they need to get somewhere and more.
Our team members are an extraordinary group of people. They work hard, and pour their hearts into everything they do. They’re caring and kind. And every day, they receive the appreciation and affection of the people they assist.
If that’s you — if you like to work hard for people who need and appreciate you — we invite you to apply to join our awesome team. You may just find your passion in the process.
Employment Positions Available
Would you like to make a difference in someone’s life? Create lifelong relationships?
We’re seeking full and part-time Care Providers to work a variety of shifts within the Clark, Crawford, Floyd, Harrison, Orange, Scott, and Washington County areas.
Attendant Care – Home Making – Transportation to and from Appointments – Shopping and Community Activities
Immediate placement after successful interview, background check, and drug screen. The paid training program will ensure you gain the required skills to be successful in caring for our clients in their home.
- Starting wage $12.00 per hour
- Flexible Scheduling
- Weekday and Weekend Shifts Available
- Paid Training
- No Experience Necessary
- Assist patient in walking or exercising
- Assist patient with dressing, undressing, grooming, or bathing
- Feed patients
- Assist patient to improve or develop work skills
- Encourage patients to participate in activities
- Entertain patients
- Refer patients to community resources